Making a Stained Glass Lamp Shade by Ron Nock

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Shows some of the stages in making a stained glass lamp shade for an old 1920's floor lamp bought at a garage sale for $3.00 (worth about $350.00)

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Gráficos de Ponto Cruz Anjinhos

Receitas de Croche, Trico e Artesanato em geral. Bonecas de Pano, Moldes, Gráficos, Receitas, Croche, Ponto Cruz, Tricot

Pattern used to cut and grind glass pieces into final shape

Pattern used to cut and grind glass pieces into final shape

Starting panel 4

Starting panel 4

Form and Pattern

Form and Pattern

Panel in process

Panel in process

1st panel has been copper foiled and some tack solder completed

1st panel has been copper foiled and some tack solder completed

3 panels being fitted to form

3 panels being fitted to form

Drawing and list of stained glass colors

Drawing and list of stained glass colors

1st of 6 panels finished with the cutting and grinding operation and ready to copper foil.

1st of 6 panels finished with the cutting and grinding operation and ready to copper foil.

Another view of final form

Another view of final form

3 panels in preliminary fit

3 panels in preliminary fit

Comparing size to the last shade I made.  Note: Patina has not been applied

Comparing size to the last shade I made. Note: Patina has not been applied

1st, 2nd & 3rd panels ready for test fit.

1st, 2nd & 3rd panels ready for test fit.

Test fit pattern pieces to form to make sure they fit correctly

Test fit pattern pieces to form to make sure they fit correctly

Another panel In process

Another panel In process

1st and 2nd Panels copper foiled, tack soldered and test fit on foam form

1st and 2nd Panels copper foiled, tack soldered and test fit on foam form